Outcome of Sensory-Based Intervention After Birth Trauma
Principal Investigator: L. Diane Parham
Sep 2001 – Aug 2003
The investigators hypothesize that children with significant birth trauma, who receive a specific type of sensory-based [occupational therapy] rehabilitation intervention will have (a) positive psychophysiological changes (e.g., electrodermal activity and vagal tone); (b) improved impulse control (attention) and emotion regulation; improved self-care, coping, and social participation at home and at school; and (d) better sustainability of family routines due to decreased parental stress. Aims for one-year Planning Grant: The investigators will plan and write an R01, to submit at the end of the planning period. They will convene four one-week meetings quarterly, have bi-monthly conference calls, and complete individual tasks.
|Private||University of Colorado — TCHRI NO: 201-058 (subcontract)||1 R21 HD041614-01||$8,855|